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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.

r London, June 19. r A correspondent of the " Daily , News " states that Servia rejected the 4 convention with Russia, only after the 1 Austrian Government demanded an i unequivocal declaration of their^inten- ' tions. » . * Pabib, Jnne 19. ; Admiral Kraniz has intimated m the ' Chamber of Deputies that Government bad amended their naval proposals and , would ask for a cxedit of between fifty I and sixty millions of francs. Vienna, June 19. The Austrian Government intend to ask for an extra military credit to the ' extent of 9,000,000 florins. Bkbli**. June 18. The Czar will meet the Emperor of Germany at Kiel, instead ot Berlin, as at first intended. Bbblin, June 19. The physicians have ordered the Emperor William 10 take complete rest, and he will start on a fishing excursion to Norway on June 30th.

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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